Possible cuts in workers' compensation cause concern
from The Washington Post
Reginald Gipson was a Secret Service agent on his way to a Syracuse, N.Y., duty call when a common villain got the best of him. He slipped on snow-covered ice and suffered more than embarrassment. The fall injured two disks in his back and nerves in his right leg. "I'm in constant pain," he said. "I can't stand for long periods of time. Also difficult for him is understanding why Congress might sharply cut workers' comp payments covered by the Federal Employees' Compensation Act.
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